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“The home should be the treasure chest of living.” Le Corbusier
what and how
It doesn't matter what you call your style, it's your home.
It needs to reflect you and the way you will live in it.
Whether it is finish selections such as cabinets, flooring, and tile in a new construction condo or space planning with your architect or builder of your dream home, we’ve got you covered. We can relieve the stress of new construction by helping you navigate the process and give you peace of mind that you are creating a cohesive and curated SPACE.
One room or a total gut job, with years of experience in the Tampa Bay area our network is vast! From architects and builders to artisans and electricians, we've got every step of the process covered.
Just need to breathe fresh life into a room or whole house? No problem. We can help with everything from paint colors or wallpaper, furnishings, lighting, draperies, and bedding. If there are pieces you love and want to keep, we will work with them too!
“Find the things that connect with you.” Kelly Hoppen
Stephanie finds design inspiration in many things including her travels and living overseas while on active duty. You see, Stephanie came to Interior Design to pursue her long-time passion after a full and successful career as a National Security Attorney both on active duty as a Navy Judge Advocate and as a senior Department of Defense civilian employee. In addition to her other degrees, she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from the Art Institute of Tampa with honors.
Stephanie is active in the local chapter of the professional organization, ASID, as a board member and planning educational and networking events. She has also donated her design skills to a local non-profit serving high-risk teens in renovating one of their group homes and has volunteered in organizing neighborhood events such as Tour of Homes. A preservationist at heart, whenever she gets the chance, Stephanie enjoys working on her own long list of projects in the 103-year-old Craftsman bungalow she shares with her husband.
When Anna met Stephanie, they were surprised to find out their lives had an interesting intersection. Like Stephanie, Anna’s interest in interior design and decorating was instilled through her travels and living overseas as Anna’s father was also a lawyer in the Navy’s Office of the Judge Advocate General. Relocating every three or four years provided her mother with many opportunities to put her decorating and design skills to use incorporating the family’s growing collection of object d’ arts and cultural styles into each new home. Anna became her mother’s assistant and was particularly proud when her mother was asked to redecorate a few Admirals’ homes and social spaces on Naval Bases.
After 20 years Anna and her husband decided it was time to leave Key West and found that the next chapter in their lives involved restoring a 1924 Bungalow in the Historic Roser Park Neighborhood of St. Petersburg. When COVID ended her employment at the Dali Museum, Anna put her prodigious sewing skills to use making custom pillows, covered valances, chair cushions and more for her friends and clients of Stephanie’s. Their friendship soon became professional. S.P.A.C.E. needed a Design Assistant and Anna’s intrinsic design sense, coupled with strong managerial skills from a professional career of administrative management in museums and other large nonprofits, made it an easy decision.